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owe that fund. under current law, social security can pay out out 100% of its benefits for the next 25 years which is probably longer than i'm going to meed it. after that point 85% to 95% of its benefits, a minor tweak like for instance raising the cap on who has to pay social security taxes above the current roughly $100,000 or, for instance, making investment income, either one would make the program solvent forever. the situation is not terribly different with medicare. >> john: does the president mean it when he talks about putting the cuts on the table sir? >> i take no pleasure in saying this. i voted for the president twice. he's the leader of my party but on this regard, the president is wrong. >> john: before we go, congressman, what do you think of a senate budget that came out today? >> i think the senate budget that came out today is a stab at trying to deal with a lot of different problems. without focusing necessarily on our core problems. i would like to see all effort devoted toward putting people back to work, improving education standards making sure that everybody w
new laws with 51 votes getting the necessary number might have been possible. here's another number over 50 that senator might have considered when making his legislative plans. according to the latest "abc news" "washington post" poll, 57% of adults said they would support a ban on the sale of assault weapons. only 41% said they wouldn't. that's only if you believe in democracy. as for senator feinstein she had said to have been angry when she told reporters, how many assault weapons do you need circulating. to have these mass killings is such a blight on everything that america stands for. meanwhile new gun control legislation became latte in colorado where democratic governor john hickenlooper signed three bills that will restrict sales of new ammo clips to 15 rounds. require universal background checks, and charge gun owners for the background check costs. governor hickenlooper signed those bills shortly after the death, the victim of another gun violence, a man that the governor new john clemens who heads the department of corrections. he had a wife and two daughters. here's pa
seriously if paul ryan's budget is going to be the one that ends up being enact into law because the nat is not going to pass it. so we think our chances are pretty good. but let me tell you something the fact is that we're standing on our values. we're offering the american people, and we're going to organize around this budget. who are we to say that it won't? paul ryan is now offered to cut obama-care, which the supreme court affirmed, and which was voted on in the last election because that was romney's signature issue, he was going to repeal obama-care. so the fact that there is no chance of that even mike wallace comedic said that has no chance of passing. the bottom line is he's not going to pass his budget, and folks have their doubts about ours but ours is clear transparent. we answer the questions it asks us. we put jobs first. we're unashamed about doing that and we do a lot of deficit reduction. so i think that at the end of the day our budget is the best budget. it is what should be enacted. if we base it on what the american people said they wanted. it's the budget they s
this is a stupid, freaking evil law. two bills were introduced in vermont to prohibit rapists from obtaining visitation or custody rights to their rape conceived children. these bills could be known as the it's about time law and no, really it's really about time law. they should deny custody or visitation to the rapist. so w.t.f. to vermont would you pass these bills. these women have endured trauma, want to go through life at parents, not as victims. >> welcome back. a sexual attack is the fault of the attacker. it seems to have caught some folks at cnn by surprise. it broadcast the guilty verdict of two teenagers in ohio. >> it was incredibly emotional and difficult even for an outsider like me to watch what happened as these two young men that had such promising futures star football players watch as their lives fall apart. >> those poor young men. if cnn didn't see how they misplaced their sympathies, the public did. a petition calling for cnn to apologize that gathered 200,000 signatures. joining me few is zero lena maxwell. what was your reaction when ynn broadcast the verdicts the wa
that even football is not above the law. judge thomas lipps sentenced malik richmond to a minimum of one year in a juvenile at the detention center and trent mays, who had taken pictures of the naked victim, to two years. they will be forced to undergo counseling and they'll have to register as sex offenders. after the verdict was handed down both had a chance to apologize to the victim and her family. and it was poppy harlow could not help but remind everyone that it was sad for the rapists too. >> it was incredibly emotional and incredibly difficult for even an outsider like me to watch what happened to these two young men that had such promising futures, star football players, very good students, both found guilty of raping this 16-year-old girl at a series of parties back in august, alcohol-fueled parties. alcohol a huge part in this. >> john: because we all know that every party involving alcohol ends in sexual assault. joining me now is dave zirin sports editor of the nation host of engine of sports radio and author of "game over: how politics has turned the sports world upside dow
and paying retail. and obviously that makes no sense. it's a legacy of the law that was jammed through by tom delay known as the hammer when it was made illegal for the government to negotiate full-price discounts in the medicare program. no capitalist would do that. they would pay wholesale if buying wholesale. >> john: congressman peter welsh, i would have to say that particular plan would upset big farm ma, but you could take that on yourself and win. thank you for your time your service, and your very promising new bill. >> john: also joining us tonight to unpack the budget battle for "newsweek" the one and only michael tomas tomasky. welcome. >> thank you. >> john: if the president leads were behind, he's criticized. if he stays at home, they a they say the guy's not leading. what can he do? >> what can he do? accept the ryan budget. that's what they mean by leadership, john as you know, as you said at the top of the segment. they're not going to bend on revenues and they're not going to give an inch. what they mean is that the deal has to be done on their terms. that's what they mean. i
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